Stanmore Hall Touring Park

Stourbridge Road, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 6DT

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes

Why stay here ...

Stanmore Hall Touring Park is set in beautiful grounds, taking full advantage of the grand trees and serene two-acre lake, resplendent with its water lilies and resident peacocks. The conservatory overlooking the lake is an attractive feature of this peaceful location and makes for an ideal spot to unwind from the bustle of modern life. All in all, the caravan site is an ideal destination for those seeking rest and relaxation.

At Stanmore Hall Touring Park you are exceedingly well placed to visit the myriad range of local attractions. The Shropshire caravanning park also makes for an ideal base from which to explore the lovely Welsh Borders, a particular treat for walkers with a love of dramatic rugged landscapes. The nearby towns within short driving distance with their black and white architecture, so characteristic of this area, will remind you of the simpler times of days gone by.

Things to do on site ...

  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge

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Walking notes:

Check out the huge range of free pre-mapped walks and hikes near our campsites at Outdooractive's website. You can download the free Outdooractive app and member's can save €10 on an Outdooractive Pro or Pro+ annual subscription.

Supermarket notes:
There is an Aldi located 1 mile from the site.

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Directions

Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. From North: leave M54 at junction 4 onto A442 (signposted Kidderminster). At the roundabout in Bridgnorth turn onto onto the A458 (signposted Stourbridge). The site is on the right within 1.5 miles. From South: use A442 to Bridgnorth then right on A458 signposted Stourbridge. The site is on the right within 1.5 miles.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
WV15 6DT
GPS:
Lat 52.52705 / Lon -2.37832
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
SO745922
OS map ref:
138
Handbook map ref:
G6

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile

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An excellent site

Stanmore Hall Touring Park
We stayed at this site for a few nights whilst visiting family in the area. We had a warm welcome and were allocated a pitch at the back of the site, which was lovely and spacious. The site is very well maintained and the facilities block is immaculate. There is also a small shop in the reception which sells a variety of items. The lake in the centre of the site is lovely and was full of waterlilies when we visited. The peacocks are also a novelty on a site. We will definitely return to this site.

SBandKB

Reviewed on 08/08/2022 17:01

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Stanmore Hall Touring Park

Stanmore Hall Touring Park
This is a beautifully laid out site centred around a small lake/big pond with an abundance of wildlife, ducks, moorhens and the like. There are also resident peacocks now whether they are a blessing or a disturbance only you can decide. This site is part of the Morris Leisure Group and their standards are set high. The facilities are impeccable if limited in number but they were never very busy. The reception also encumbers a small shop selling everything from food basics though to accessories. You certainly won't find more helpful staff anywhere. The grounds and pitches are kept pristine and range from basic grass through to fully-serviced. There is even an "adults only" section should you choose. The site is also serviced with pop-up food vendors. Bridgnorth is located between 2-4 miles away depending on which way you choose to go. We are Motorhomers and mostly either walk or use public transport to visit places. We decided to trust our "Footpaths" App which showed a riverside path just off the village of Quatford (1 mile from the site) into Bridgnorth but unfortunately this hadn't been maintained which resulted in part of it being extremely overgrown. Whilst it did prove taxing at places the walk with our dogs took about 1 hour to reach Bridgnorth. The town itself is split into two parts by the River Severn and hosts everything from history to modern with an abundance of eateries and places of interest to visit. The walk back to the site, using the "A" roads, took about 40 minutes but is not without its issues. Here again the local authority or whoever is responsible doesn't seem to think that pedestrians safety is a priority and has allowed the pavements to become overgrown with vegetation. Obviously access to Bridgnorth if you go by bike or car won't be such a problem. The one you may encounter according to our site neighbours who drove into Bridgnorth, may be parking.

MJD47

Motorhomer from South Humberside

Reviewed on 13/07/2022 10:34

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A pleasant and charismatic site

Stanmore Hall Touring Park
Stayed once before in 2019, but was in early Winter, so we decided to return in warmer times. As is with other Morris sites, Stanmore has excellent facilities, well tended pitches, a good shop and looked after greenery. The staff were very helpful and cheerful, offering help when necessary. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed both time at the site and away from it. The site was mostly quiet and we enjoyed time sitting outside the MH until the early evening, helped by the fact the sun was out and it was warm. On the days we were there, we tried the Pizza one night as well as the Gin Bar, both were very enjoyable, especially in the area overlooking the onsite lake. Off site, we went for a couple of walks around Comer Woods, and Stanmore Hall Woods, and also took the walk down to the Danery, a very pleasant pub. Took a trip into Bridgnorth and went up the Cliff Railway to the High Town, and again enjoyed a mooch around the town enjoying lunch in one of the many cafes. The only small thing that wasn't resolved whilst we were there was the wifi, it never worked for the 4 days we were there. The staff had tried to get it sorted without any luck, so couldn't watch any streaming services in the evenings

Peaf1997

Motorhomer from Flintshire

Reviewed on 30/05/2022 14:40

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A stay here provides an experience that gives a strong sense of wellbeing

Stanmore Hall Touring Park
Tranquil. Peaceful. A stay here provides an experience that gives a strong sense of wellbeing. The natural world is right here in abundance, before rushing out ... take the time to enjoy the site, the setting that's been created and the wildlife that actually wants to interact with (courteous) humans. The team running the site are really nice people and want to help guests. Other people have already said everything about the shop and facilities. I agree with them. It could be considered 'pricey' to stay here than other places, but on reflection, it was well worth it.

PhilPondandVictoria

Reviewed on 24/04/2022 17:01

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Second Visit

Stanmore Hall Touring Park
This was our second visit to Stanmore and again it was a pleasure. We didn't take our bikes this time so got the local bus into Bridgnorth a lovely town, with lots of great tea rooms. We also walked to The Dannery pub which is about a mile away down hill, the walk back up burns off the calories consumed in the pub or so I tell myself! The locals and staff were very welcoming. The food here is good, as well as the lovely hand pulled ale! Again the wardens were pleasant, chatty and very helpful and do a great job at keeping the site maintained to an excellent standard. A great weekend all round.

edward59

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Reviewed on 15/02/2022 17:53

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Site contact details

Telephone:
01746 761761
Email:
stanmore@morris-leisure.co.uk